Kiwi diet

Kiwi diet - Meal Plan | Health benefits

If you like to eat kiwi, then this diet is the right choice for you. This diet is becoming increasingly common worldwide. Although this fruit grows mostly in China, it is available in almost every country. With this diet you can lose 1 - 4 kg (2.2. - 8.8 lbs.) in just four days. People with metabolic disorders, diabetes, anemia, hypovolemia, or gastrointestinal disorders should not use this diet without prior consultation with the physician or nutritionist.

Pregnant women and nursing mothers should also not use this diet.

Health benefits of kiwi

Kiwi is a fruit rich in vitamin C (one kiwi contains 120% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C), vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E and vitamin K. Therefore, this fruit is the ideal choice for strengthening the immune system.

It contains many minerals, such as: calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and phosphorus.

Doctors believe that this fruit is useful for suppressing depression symptoms, to prevent vision disorders, to reduce cholesterol, and to reduce stress. It can also help you fight against colds and flu.

Due to its high content of numerous antioxidants, researches confirmed its beneficial effects for reducing cellulite, if taken as food or in the form of bath.

The Rules of a Kiwi Diet

The rules of this diet are very simple. Whenever you feel need to eat sweets, you should take kiwi. You can eat this fruit in unlimited quantities because it contains very few calories. Since it contains primarily hydrosoluble vitamins, there is no risk of hypervitaminosis.

Men must drink at least 13 cups (3 liters) of water per day while women must drink at least 9 cups (2.2 liters) of water per day.

Sweets and high-fat foods are strictly forbidden during this diet. The intake of such foods during this diet drastically reduces its effectiveness.

Due to the restrictive intake of proteins and fats, do not use this diet for longer than 4 days!

Kiwi Diet - Meal Plan

Important note: Kiwi diet should not be used for longer than 4 days due to the very restrictive intake of nutrients.

Day 1

  • Breakfast: One kiwi (about 68 grams or 2.48 oz.), one slice of rye bread and 1/2 cup of yogurt (120 grams or 4.23 oz.).
  • Snack: One kiwi
  • Lunch: One serving of vegetable soup (equivalent to 1 cup, 245 grams or 8.67 oz.) and 5-10 kiwis
  • Dinner: Two hard-boiled eggs

Day 2

  • Breakfast: Before breakfast, you should eat one kiwi. For breakfast you can take one bowl of cereal with milk (equivalent to 2 cups, 100 grams or 3.5 oz.).
  • Snack: One kiwi
  • Lunch: Eat five kiwis before lunch, and then take 1/2 cup (110 grams or 3.6 oz.) of grilled salmon
  • Dinner: 3-4 kiwis

Day 3

  • Breakfast: Shake made of kiwi, strawberries, bananas and apples.
  • Snack: Two kiwis
  • Lunch: 5-10 kiwis before lunch, then 1 cup (125 grams or 3.7 oz.) of cooked chicken with cucumber, tomato, rice and olives.
  • Dinner: Two kiwis

Day 4

  • Breakfast: Mix made of kiwis, blueberries and raspberries
  • Snack: Five kiwis
  • Lunch: 1 cup (100 grams or 3.5 oz.) of boiled cabbage with veal and 1 cup (50 grams or 1.75 oz.) of fresh carrots
  • Dinner: One kiwi

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If you have any concerns or questions about your health, you should always consult with a physician or other health-care professional.